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Jack County #5984550 10/20/15 12:15 AM
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The bucks in western Jack county, are still in bachelor groups. We have a few loners, but these 4 live at 2 of the feeders

Re: Jack County [Re: MWTX270] #5985049 10/20/15 04:34 AM
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Thanks for posting I hunt in western Jack close to Bryson. Seen a good buck Sat. morning but out of bow range. I also heard some antlers clashing together but it was still dark in the AM and could not see anything.

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Re: Jack County [Re: MWTX270] #5985060 10/20/15 05:18 AM
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welcome

Looks like a good one to go and a nice bachelor group. The nine (or so it appears) in the back of the first pic looks like a nice racked buck.

Good luck up


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